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Gatefold LP 180 gram
One of the most talented bands to come out of Whales during the late sixties, Man started off as a Swansea-based vocal group called the Bystanders, but soon began to move into more progressive territory. Their first two albums, both released on Pye in 1969, were heavily influenced by the West Coast sound (i.e. Quicksilver Messenger Service), but it was their self-titled third album, released the following year, that solidified the band s sound and earned them critical acclaim. With the help of a new label (Liberty) and a new rhythm section (Terry Williams on drums & vocals and Martin Ace on bass), Man had developed a trademark psychedelic sound that earned them the reputation of being Wales answer to the Grateful Dead. This classic album is at the top of every Man fan s list. Includes the driving country-influenced “Daughter Of The Fireplace” and the epic “Alchemist”.